May 8, 2013, 11:02 AM EDT
It took a while on Tuesday night, maybe longer than some Knicks fans were comfortable with, but eventually the Knicks played with the kind of desperation they needed to beat the Pacers and even their series at 1-1.
In the video above Pacers’ coach Frank Vogel laments his team’s 21 turnovers — if you cough up the ball nearly one in four times down the court (23.9 percent of the time in Game 2) you’re generally going to lose. Credit the Knicks for turning up the defensive pressure in the second half, but they got help.
Carmelo Anthony talks about needing to stay aggressive and not losing that sense of urgency.
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